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  1. Ann Aschauer says:

    When I started my blog, “Seeking Divine Perspective,” I wondered how soon I would run out of things to write about, stories to share, insights on Scripture, and lessons learned. But getting to know fellow bloggers with a vast array of styles and gifts has sparked more inspiration than I’ve had time to write. Connecting with other writers has been more enriching than I ever imagined it would, especially during the lockdowns. While having to stay distanced from my personal friends, I found the Lord was giving me friends all over the world, along with a passion for being a vessel He can use to reach “the nations.”

    1. Jackie Freeman says:

      Ann, that’s so true! I have grown more through other writers’ connections than I ever imagined. Perhaps the Lord has a connection in mind for us, too—blessings on your writings and growth in your fellowship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

  2. Jackie Freeman says:

    Dawn Sanders’ article speaks to much of what speakers and writers wrestle with regularly. She makes a strong point that ‘network is not about self-promotion but rather authentic connections.’

    I met Dawn through Speak Up Speaker’s Certification and collaborated with her in Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith’s workshop. Dawn Sander writes from a place of authority in addressing collaborating and networking. I’m honored to be part of ‘her tribe.’